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An internally commutated electric motor designed to be used with a DC (direct current) power source.

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How to calibrate DIY Brushed ESC powered by 3.7v

I build a DIY Arduino drone. I also build a working DIY brushed ESC. I use 720 DC brushed motor. Let me please inform you that the min Throttle and the Max Throttle not working as expected. Min ...
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Claw using brushed ESC in conjunction with brushless ESC on Kakute H7

For a challenge, my club and I have been building a drone with a claw on the bottom. We found a good lightweight claw, but it uses an N20 Geared brushed motor. We have a brushed motor ESC(Quicrun 1625 ...
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Can I use a 1.5 amp 5v or 12v supply to power the esc and cd rom brushless motor?

I'm new here on the site, and I want to start the cd rom motor you see in the image below: but can i use a 1.5amp 5v or 12v supply to power the esc and start the cd rom brushless motor? the source of ...
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Need tips on getting this to fly properly

Learning the basic concepts. Yet to use a receiver and remote. Using a 3.7 v coreless motor, lipo battery and thermocol for the frame. I figured out how to connect the motors so that diagonally ...
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Will a heavier drone frame help in avoiding toppling. (Not using receiver yet)

I have these coreless motors and propellers. I created two kinds of home made drone frames. I am not currently using any receiver. I arranged the motors so that diagonally opposite ones turn in same ...
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Are there any brushed outrunner motors?

The most common motors on drones are brushless outrunner motors. I´ve also seen some brushless inrunner motors. Are there any brushed outrunner motors? If so, why are they so uncommon?
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Why do brushless drone motors tend to be more expensive than brushed?

The most common motors used for modern drones are brushless outrunner motors and I have heard that they are simpler to manufacture and are less susceptible to issues when being mass-produced than ...
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How do I tell when to replace the motors on my tinywhoop?

I own a brushed micro quadcopter, more commonly known as a tiny whoop. I've read that brushed motors in general, and especially those used in such quadcopters, have a limited lifetime and that you ...
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Why does a brushless drone fly longer?

I have noticed that drones with brushless motors fly longer than those with brushed motors. Why are drones with brushless motors able to fly for longer amounts of time?
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Why do brushless motors have 3 wires compared to 2 wires on a brushed motor? [closed]

I'm familiar with regular DC motors, which is what brushed motors appear to be. They have fixed stator magnets, rotor coils connected to the shaft and two brushes that power the coils at the right ...
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